Photo 19 Oct 633 notes gothtriggers:

As if you needed another reason to want a hearse…

gothtriggers:

As if you needed another reason to want a hearse…

Video 19 Oct 7,973 notes

365daysofhorror:

For all of you spooky lovelies who want to tie the knot.

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Video 19 Oct 19,002 notes

exgynocraticgrrl:

Gerda Lerner (1920-2013) , former Robinson Edwards Professor Emerita of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Gerda Lerner (1920-2013)  Women and History (excerpt)
-- A Thinking Allowed DVD w/ Jeffrey Mishlove

Text 19 Oct 571,204 notes

otterparade:

congragulation:

the only ship i need is a scholarship can i get a hallelujah

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Video 19 Oct 13,574 notes

theeverydaypagan:

sixpenceee:

Alice is Dead is another online horror game, I’d recommend to play. 

You’ve arrived in Wonderland, that’s good. Alice is dead, that’s bad. You don’t know who you are, that’s the worst.

Do you have what it takes to get out of Wonderland, and more importantly, figure out who you are?

Just a note, this game is unappologetically hard with some of the puzzles.” (Play Here) (Masterpost of Creepy Online Games) 

This is a really good game. I’ve played all of them, and the puzzles can be a bit tricky.

Photo 19 Oct 9,464 notes

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Text 19 Oct 701,726 notes

jediteaparty:

arauj0:

aangnog:

i just realized that “never” is a contraction of “not ever”

 and “blush” is a contraction of “blood rush”

also “studying” is a contraction of “student dying”

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Photo 19 Oct 1,116 notes thecadaverousportrait:

The Euphonia, a mid-19th century gadget that could simulate human speech by pumping bellows-fed air over an artificial tongue set in a chamber of weird plates and valves. It had a woman’s face and coils of hair in ringlets, and spoke in a “weird, ghostly monotone." 
By pumping air with the bellows and manipulating a series of plates, chambers, and other apparatus, including an artificial tongue, the operator could make it speak any European language. It was even able to sing the anthem God Save the Queen. The Euphonia was invented in 1845 by Joseph Faber, a German immigrant. A little known fact is that this machine greatly influenced the invention of the telephone.

thecadaverousportrait:

The Euphonia, a mid-19th century gadget that could simulate human speech by pumping bellows-fed air over an artificial tongue set in a chamber of weird plates and valves. It had a woman’s face and coils of hair in ringlets, and spoke in a “weird, ghostly monotone.

By pumping air with the bellows and manipulating a series of plates, chambers, and other apparatus, including an artificial tongue, the operator could make it speak any European language. It was even able to sing the anthem God Save the Queen. The Euphonia was invented in 1845 by Joseph Faber, a German immigrant. A little known fact is that this machine greatly influenced the invention of the telephone.

Photo 19 Oct 374,337 notes creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

creeproll:

I’ve literally been laughing at this for the past five minutes

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Photo 19 Oct 213,544 notes binghoulbar:

grizzlygains:

happyhalloweekes:

spoopy-shanin:

I’m not too late for the cute lil ghosts, right?

Of course you have to drag it and be amazed

THIS IS THE BEST ONE YET

Ok dragging it is cool but open it on mobile its even better

binghoulbar:

grizzlygains:

happyhalloweekes:

spoopy-shanin:

I’m not too late for the cute lil ghosts, right?

Of course you have to drag it and be amazed

THIS IS THE BEST ONE YET

Ok dragging it is cool but open it on mobile its even better


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